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KF.DATJA WEEKLY BAZOO.
VOLUME 18. S ED ALIA, MO., TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 21, 1886. NUMBER 17. DEATH'S DDISGS. 1 'Mrs. William Fuller, Mother of Rev J. B. Fuller, passes Peace fully to the Beyond Yesterday. I The Meeting Last Nifirh.. The meeting of citizens last night in the interest of the Sedalia Improve ment company, was a repetition of the one held Friday night. Another rmisinor mass meeting will be held F Q C? The death of Mrs. William Fuller, to-morrow night, when it is to be mother of the Rev. J. B. Fuller, of hoped that the company will be put tfc First Baptist church, yesterday, on a workiDg basis, and matter bought a feeling of profound regret pushed ahead. to a Urge circle of friends in this city, j Qt HeaPdro yet. She died at the family residence on j M Thomas Wallace, who started West Seventh street at 1 o'clock p. ye8terdav morn:ng in pursuit of the m. after an illness of three week's du- runaWllV8 AJex Smith and Mollie Or- ation. I cott had not been heard from at a Mrs. Elizabeth Fuller came from a i hour agt night Mr8 ()rcott good old Scotch family and was the q great di8tresg at hearing nothing daughter of Mr. Peter Robinson. from her daughter, and the She was born in Carn on-Stic, For feUo gmith ig roilIMHy centured for fanshire, Scotland, in 1823, and I en,icing away the young girf. married to niniam ruiier T KNIGHT8 TEMPLAR. DAILY'S DOINGS. How a Perambulating Artist Managed to Flee e the Farmers. PER80NAL. He Does op the Gailey Neighbor hood for Half a Thou sand Dollars. in 1843. The fruit of the union was two children, the well- known pastor of tkis city, and a Six Special Trains Loaded With This Morning:. r i twenty year ago. mr. ana jure. Fuller removed soon after their mar-1 pour special trains passed through riage to Bishop, Aukland, England, Sedalia this morning at 3 o'clock, fill and in the year 1849, came to Amer-'ed with California Knights Templars " J , i j 1 on their way to the twenty-third ica. They took up their residence in , gt fg They Wheeling, W. Va., and from thatwere accompanied or escorted by point' came to Cincinnati, thence to Ivanhoe commandery Knights Tem- Missouri in 1857. Alter a residence piar oi di. uouh m a uu iraiu lasting for ten years, they went to Burlington, Iowa, and from that point came to Sedalia, in 1880. Mrs. Fuller has been an invalid nearly all her life, but was a special sufferer since the death of her daugh ter. She wasaChristian,gentlewoman, wife and mother, and in the hearts f those who loved her there will l ever be an altar sacred to her mem ory. The funeral services will take place at the First Baptist church this after noon at 3:30 o'clock. Rev. Williams, of St. Louis, who is an old fnend of Rev. Fuller's, was expected to officiate, but a telegram was received stating his inability to Hp nrAspnt. and in his absence Rev. - x;- Tate of the East Sedalia Baptist church will officiate. Squelched Music A German band of six pieces came in on the Lexington branch train yes terday afternoon. They immediately r started around town playing in and in front of saloons and then passed around the hat. Marshal Jackson caught up with them at Ben Johnson's and put a quietus on the music by demanding a liceise. The boss was very indignant but tooted his horn no more. The Wrong Widow. The fire mentioned in yesterdays Bazoo as being the dwelling of widow Perry, should have stated that it was the residence of Mrs. Mattie Payton. The fire is now supposed to have been incendiarv. as the . Tf Vfi " J ' f family were away from home from 2 The California delegation is 1,000 s rong. The delegation includes the Right Eminent Commander of the United States Robert E. Withers, the United States minister to China, and other prominent knights. The first train had on board Golden (rate commandery, No. I, of San I Francisco, and Oakland commandery, No. 1. The two commandenes are respectively in charge of Sir Knights Hatch and Metcalf. The secoud train had on board the following command eries : Sacramento, No. 2 ; San Jose, No. 10 ; Stockton, No. 8 ! Watsonnille, No. 22, and Pacific commandery, No. 3, of Sonora. The third train bore the following inscription : "California Battalion and Rear Guard, Cali fornia commandery No. l.'ThaXirand commandery is in charge of Txraud Master R. E, Withers, who has trav plpd an manv thousand miles to at tend the Triennial. Ihe tollowmg officereofthe commandery are with him : P. H. Loyd, grand comman der ; Tristan Burgess, deputy com mander ; S. H. Wagoner, captain general ; J. F. Merrill, treasurer ; also f. H. Casswell, recorder. The fol lowing past grand commanders are wi'h the partv : W. M. Peterie, J. S. Titus, W. S. Orzne and W. O. Gould. A number of Sedalians were at the depot during the earlier part of the night, to see the trains pass, but when it was found that they would not be along until morning, went home. TWO ON ONE TRACK. Terrific Collision of Freight Trains on the K. & T. Last night about 8 o'clock as trains 157 going south and 160 coming north reach a point about one mile south of Clavton Station their engi- puddenlv realized the neers o'clock in the afternoon until late at I fact that they were both upon one iw w Wn tin fire' ir h no side track nig iii, tuiu tucit p about the premises. The fire occurred The neighborhood of Gailey, Mis souri, is in deep mourning just now over a somewhat peculiar and decid edly heartless puce of swindling done by a perambulating artist giving the name of Martin Daily, a slick, smooth-talking sanctimonious sort of scound rel. In person, Daily is a medium size, dark complected indi vidual about -43 years of age and claims to be an ex- federal soldier, wears a G. A. K. badge and claims to have belonged during the late war to a New York regiment. HIS GAME. Last April along with the blue birds Daily made his appearance among the good people of Gailey and represented himself as the agent of a St. Louis firm engaged in enlarging and renewing photographs: by his smooth tongue and suave manners he managed to drive a good business soliciting, and collected some $400 in advance be sides running numerous board and store bills. In all his vicitims are out about $500. This however does not give them half so much concern as the disappearance of numerous photo graphs or dead relations and friends entrusted to his care for enlargment Of these there are many, and it Dailey representations are true are a multude as he claims to have worked the country trom Clinton to Boonviile. After a two months' stay Dailey left, saying he would deliver his pictures during May and June. Since then, however, nothing has been seen or heard from Dailey, who stated that he would, on his arrival in St. Louis, demand a raise of wages, and in case of a refusal would quit his place when his time was up August 1st. SOME OF HIS VICTIMS have, however, been making inquiries in have discovered completed picture Buffnams' gallery. picture of Mrs Goodnight and an overcoat 'and a pair of mits at Ed. Crawford's in Gailey but beyond this nothing has been fcund. A SURMISE. Some two months ago a man of his description was sent the to peni tiary from Independence, and there are those who believe that it was Dailey, numbers of persons are anxious to learn of his whereabouts, not for the sake of get ting their money back, for they con sider that gone and are willing to lose it, but in order to find out from him what became of the pictures he took, which while of no value to st ran per are of much more conse quence to them than money, because in many cases, they are the only like nesses they have of dead relatives. Miss Alice Groty is visiting frieads a Hughesville. Jake Crowley went to Paola, Kansas, yesterday for a short visit Frank Richardson went to Kama City yesterday afternoon. Wm. T. Walker returned from St. Louis yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Nick Gentry returned from the Kansas City Fair yesterday. Joe Bowers went home to Hughesville yesterday to spend Sunday. Mrs. Colonel Ha-man, of Houstonia, is visiting Mrs. J. M. Byler. Mian Julia. Miller returned from her visit in Kentucky, yesterday. Mrs. M. W. Shobe went to Kaosw City yesterday to visit her sister. Mrs. John Scott, of Woodstock, pana da, is visiting her sister, Mrs. D A. Clarke. Miss Mand McCabe went to St. Louis ytsterday for a short visit with friends there. G orge Hofl went to St Louis last night to take a job in the Missouri yards in that city. Lena and Clementina Dalby, of Ft Els worth, Kansas, ar- visiting their sister Mary T. Zimmerscheit Councilmen Rod Gallie and Peter Latch went to St Louis laat night to take in the Knights Templar conclave. Mr. Will Durham, who was the guest of his brother, Mr. James Durham and family, left for St Louis last night. Prof. C W. Bobbins, mother and cousin, Miss May Claytoa, of rt Louis, went to Brownsville yesterday afternoon to ipend Sunday. Mis Emma Crowley went to George town ytsterday afternoon. Miss Emma will commence her school at that place Monday morning. Mr. P. J. Oberst the genial manager of the May Fisk blondes, paid the Bazoo office t call yesterday. His company piay bete Monday and Tuesday night Master Ie Montgomery, son of John attending school at Ful ton, Mo. Lee is a bright boy and if will improve the shining hour he will wise. B. F. Reese will leave lor Wichita Kansas, to-morrow to accept a position with Jno. G. Allen. M. Reese was form in tk pmnlov of Mr. Allen while in - - i Mafia. Firet National Bank, of Conneautville, Creasing Tracks. Labadie, Mo., Sepf 18. Special -Another contest occurred between the St Louis Kansas City A Colorado railroad nA the Muumuri Pacific at this olace yes terday. The former company were en-, Chicago gaged in driving piles on each side of tne latter at the place of crossing, early ;this morning when a force of forty Missouri Pacific section hands appeared on the scene, under charge of the division road master, and proceeded to grade and lay a side track on each side of their right of and as soon as the tra: ks were laid SPORTING NEWS. Base Ball. wav. . .... they covered them with ireiu'nt cars, tnus interfering considerably with the pile driv ers of the Colorado road. Both parties, however, took the matter good-naturedly KANSAS CITY. 9 Kansas City 3 PHILADELPHIA. Athletics 1 Cincinnati - 2 Twelve innings. DETROIT. Detroit 9 St Louis 1 DENVER. Leavenworth 3 Denver 16 LEADVILLZ. Leaiville- 20 Topeka 7 BALTIMORE. The freight cars now stand on the places where the new road intends to build the j Baltimore 2 St Louis 3 piers for the br dge by which thev propose to span the Missouri racinc iracn. Failed to File their Bonds. Washington. D. GL Sept. 1; The fol lowing named appointees of the general land office have, up to this time, negiecieti to file their official bonds, and their com missions are therefore withheld : George W. Julian, surveyor general of New Mexico. B L. Ledbetter, surveyor general of Lou sana. REGISTERS OF LAND OFFICES. a C. Williams, Del Morte, Colorado. D.C. Tucker, Gainesville, Florida. a C. Hart, McCook, Nebraska. J.B. Kinney, Tucson, Ariz na. A. Geanor, Miles City, Montana. D. Webb, Salt Lake, Utah. C. F. M. Miles, Garden City, Kansas. H. E. Rhinehart, Lagrange, Oregon. W. E. Copeland, Csrson City, Nevada. A. M, Fixen, Detroit Michigan. C R Waraer, Walla Walla, Wyoming. J. Dremer. NEW YORK. Metropolitans 11 J Louisville, 8 New York- 5 Philsdelphia 2 Brooklyn - 4 Pittsburg 7 BOSTON. Washington 11 Boston 3 S.dalia, and a few partially left by Dailey at He also left a he be Mclntyre Will Kan Alone. Jefferson City, Sept 18 Special.l The Republican county convention met this afternoon to nominate a CDunty ticket. As hundreds of republicans are favorable to the democrat nominee for representative ex-Attorney General Mclntyre, of this place, will likely be left va.ant on the ticket. Later The republican ticket just nominated is as follows: Sheriff, H. J Gerstenkorn ; collector, Henry Dulle; Connty Treaserer, Tacob Tanner ; Prosecuting Attorney, Wairner ! County Clerk, A. P. Grim- ,hhw j Circuit Clerk, Henry Nitchey ; Pro- Clarenbougn; Assessor, uie Judire. T. A. 1- 'IM . I '.M.ntir Tt-.Kro at - . . IK uen l ill 1 1 1 1 1 kM4 1 1 1 : v .J Li li i t w u"k- .n. hn.thpr ni t. otunevani, is ex- - ---- . - . . T , - H. panied by his wife. W. T. WTalker, returned yesterday from Cham jis and vicinity, where he had been in the interest of his business as r claim agent. Mr Walker reports business in all i he towns he has visited as far behind that of efedalia, and is very proud of his town. at 9 'clock. Sedalia Talent. The followiDg notice is clipped from the Scientific American of Aug. 28th. A lamp burner has been patented by Mr. Thomas Phillips, of Sedalia, Mo. It has a slotted wick tube, a gliding plate with points projecting into the tube, and to be operated by a rack and pinion, with a slotted wedge or cam for disengaging the points car ried by the spring plate from the wick in the tube, thus making an improved device for raising and lowering the wicks evealy. ' Mr. Phillips is to be congratulated on the success of his invention and if it does not make his fortune, it will certainly fill a long felt want. A Prowler. A tall man poorly dressed, and hav ing the appearance of being the worse for liquor, was prowling around the house of J. B. Rickman Friday night whfle all the family, except the ser. vant girl, was attending a church so ciable. The girl was badly fright ened and locked herself in until Mr. Rickman returned. Mr. Rickman desires the fellow to c yme around some time when he is at home, and he promises to make it warm for him. What the fellow's object was is a guea. in view and that their respective trains were running at a rate of speed that required the absence of all ob stacles from their immediate front if trouble was to be avoided. The fact The convention made no nomination for representative. Paid his Bill. Little Rock, Ark., Sept ML IjBfrpM Private advices from Magnolia, Arit., state that on the 15th inst., Dr. Lockhart of that place went to the house of one Le- crov to collect a bill which the latter was . i . i m unable to pa?, ihe doctor oecame en raged, and drawing a knife threatened to kill him. Lecrey took up his gun to de fend himself, and as Lockhart advanc d, The attair has created much excitement Louisville Races. Louisville, Kv., Sept 16. The skth and last day of the fall meeting was well attended. The weather was pleasant and the trsck in good condition. First race -purse $300. $50 to second. Three-fourths mile selling, starters: Mc Laughlin, Archbishop, Monarch, Bettie Wilson, Henrietta, Vulcan, Ovid, Bob Swimm, Techoupitoulas, Mary Porter. Ovid won rather easily, Swimm second, Monarch third ; time 1 : lo . Second race, one mile, Sanford stakes, two year olds. Starters: Nellie C, Jan bert, Clarion, Alimoney, Finser, Bangor, Insolence, Catalopa, Tom Hood. Finzer wsn by a neck ; Nellie C second, a half length in front of Tom Hood. Time, 1:53$. Third race, nine furlongs selling ; purse $300 ; $50 to second ; three years olds and upwards. Starters : Gay, Dancing Kid, iolator, Ultimatum, John L. Sullivan, War Sign, Tax Gatherer. Coming into the stretch, Tax Gatherer and War Sign raced in this order, Tax Gatherer won easily bv one and one-half length, War Sign second. Dancing Kid third. Time l:58i Violator pulled up lame. Fourth race, one mile, purse $300, $50 to second, Welter : weights t tarter? : Wrar rington, Long Way, Dark Hall, Little Fel low, Grant G., Tom Barlow, lizzie Carter, Scobeloff, Fellow Broeck ; Warrington won easily by a le gth. Scobeloff second, Little Fellow third. Time 1.47. Fifth race, one and a quarter miles, free handicap sweepstakes for three year oids and upwards. Starters : The Slasher, Hoped ale, Macola, Sour Mash, Flora L, Punka. Hopedale was never headed and won after an exciting finish. The Slasher, second ; Flora L, third. Time 2:11. Sneed Sentenced. Independence, Mo. Special Edward Sneed was brought before Special Judge J. K. Shelev this morning, who aft-r hearing the motion lor a new ir.aioT-rru.. him ioBUntly. proceeded to sentence feneed to be hanged i u November 5 next The crime for which sinaA la in suffer thp death oenaltv is the murder of Harrv Loomis in 1881. Sneed Three Drowned. received his sentence with calme t outward Chattadooga,Tenn. Sept 17. Special: annear&nce. and as he left the court room vw of a distressing accident in north for his cell, in charge of the sheriff, talked Uon,;- has iust been received that toree and smiled as freelv as if he had only been wmthm named Morgan aed 24, 21, and the spectator of the sentencing of a stran- jg -esrs respectively, were bathing in the ger. Chattanooga river. The youngest was " ' attacked with a cramp and sank twice An Lnirovoked Killing. hi two brothers went to t.u. Ta... iu 4 veminirlv nn- hi rerii and all three were drowned rrt hre this even- Th bodies have not vet been recovered mi? about 7 o'clock. A white barber by fie name of D C. Nevils was the slaver je Won the Prize, bnt Died. and a negro boy by the of ill Clemmenm was the victim. Nevils was prom tly ar rested and lodged in jail and a jury oi m mimt summoned. Thev examined the ttody of the deceased and adjourned till to- morrow moraine, to take eviuence as 10 4 5 1 1 A Horse Scarer. A portable steam engine west on Fourth street yesterday after noon, under a full head of steam. The horses and mules encountered on 4 however, came to their minds too late ! the did not take kindly to the and was hardly connived until there i h. d runawav3 were nhXrs .2db I P. by main streogtb and .wb whirh result from a first -clasp wardness only. collision aud in a moment a maas of ruins aud torn up track lay before their troubled sight. Just how the unfortunate accident occurred or as to how many were hurt the Bazoo re porter was Unable to glean as only meagre details were obtainable. It is said, however, that no one was killed - - - r though several are reported more or less injured. The wreck is a very bad one ana trains due here last nigm were delayed some six or seven hours. Horseford's Acid Phosphate. Of EQUALED. Dr. R M. Alexander, Fsnnettsburg, Pa., says : I think Horseford's Acid Phosphate is not equaled in any oiher preparation of phosphorus." Beaman Fails to Come to Time. The ball game that was to have been played by the Beaman club and Sedalia's, did not come off, owing to the failure of the Beamanites coming up to the scratch. There was a scratch game played, however, made up of part Beaman and part Sedalia, which resulted in a score of 17 to nothing in favor of Sedalia. Annr polis, Md., Spt. 18 me year ago the pastor of the Presbvterian church. Rev. R. Williams, offeied a prize to the scholar of the Sunday school who would commit the largest number of verses of oj.rir.tiiro tr mOnllirV It Wgj Won OV .1 ISO the affray. The city is : alive with indigna- . H . who m,,j t 500 Verwa, tion over the affair and lor the protection SK . exmration 0f the year 1 2 4 5 3 1 3 I 4 7 5 8 of tht drisoner he was placed in jail as soon nnMikIp afr his arrest. The deceased was considered inoffensive The prisoner is little known in these parts having re cently came here from Longview, lexas. To-day the pastor presented the mother of the deceased the prize won oy ner oaugnier a volume of Whittier's poems. A Shotcnn Marriage Lena Fry's Death. Frederick, Md., Sept. IS. Lena r ry, the Ditched by Dlamitera. Chicago, 111. Sept 17. -Passenger train number three, out bound on the Chicago Milwaukee and St. Paul railway was ditched by a misplaced switch to-night abont 1a.m. It is reported several lives were lost The accident occured in the outskirts of the city. Ihe engine ana tnW tPlpficoned the b&nsce car and the entire train was wrecked. General Super intendent Clark was on board when the mash up occur re I. Father Fahej's Say. Galway,8ept 18. Father Fahey, the Cstholic priest who is under going six months imprisonment here for alleged threats against a landlord for having evict ed one of the priests parishioners at Wood ford, in an interview to-day with a re porter said : "I never mentioned dynamite - . w .t 1 l T to Mr. Lewis. 1 never tnreaienea nini, 1 never urged people to groan against him. I did not give bail because such a course would have baen a tacit admission that my defense was false and if 1 made a false de fense I would prove myself unworthy of the 1 n priesmo-u. Killed For a Girl. Kansas Citv. Sept 18. -In a quarrell about a irl. Wm. Donahue was stabbed by Fred Priestley at Eighteenth and Lo cust streets to-night and died instantly. Both men were teamsters. r.iA .1 f TtviH f- rv at Mumn- Waco, Texas, fcpt 18.-W.i. Monroe, LoJdon county, Va., who astonished of Indian Territory, eloped m a wagon fa physicians and people in the vicinity u:rw u i bv her long sleep, is aeaa. rne with Mlhs Mary A. RuUedge, daughter of a J . St . j . v..- T ... , , hours. Then she was thought to oe ueau. Her last and fatal sleep began nine days ago and ended yesterday. She begged t ose about her not to let her go to sleep, but they could not relieve her of the drow winPi. whirh took possession of her. All efforts to waken her were useless. The doctors say she st irved to death while in this comatose state. was to ary A. nutieuge, uaugru-r m - ftM 'Hor first lonir s eep was two mi . r . 1 . h. 1 t. w - o prosperous larmer. me lamer -he slum tiered sixtv-six them to-day on the White kock, nine miles from hree, and escorting them to the clerk' office procured a license and saw that thev were wedded. Anv disinclina tion to marriage that the young man may have secretly harbored was suppressed, in view of a sinister shotgun which the father AAn't lav down uutil the ceremony was over. Kill by Hla Wife's Paramonr. I-m Ytxraa N. II- SDt- IS. On last Saturday night an engine A Young Horse Thief. Kansas f!itv. Sent 18. rSpecial.l Fer- Springs branch of the Santa Fe road ran dinand Hines, aged ten yars, was arrested ovrrthe body of a colored man named here to-day for stealing the horse an! bug- on the Hot Utl UIC WUJ v m yv.vr. I , , TU. T v:n.:m. fmrlv mm Kansas I itv. I err of J. K. lhrelKelU, an BUirut?3. iuc rrt .. : U..,kt ; -ontirt K.,v trlr thp Ta 111 broad Uavllffht While that he was killed by being run over while ing on tne track in a sweoi inwiicauuu. sy, on the testi money of a Mexican, another colored man named Harry Carter was arrested for the murder. He had been living with Williams' wife in the ab sence of the latter. When the husband came home Carter killed him and paid the Mexcian 2 to help put the body on the track ro it might be thought the cars killed him. Fire Fiends. Reading, Pa., Sept 18. Incendiaries last niffhl visited the Johanna Heights camp meeting grounds and set fire to the frame cottages ot whicn mere are in thejgrove. About twelve were destroyed and a large space in the grove was burned away. Fifty men and women turned out with buckets and battled with the flames. The loss is heavy. vprdirt Rnv took the riff in broad daylight 1 J 9 . -. CC its owner was watching mm irom nis omce window. He is an old offender, in spite of his youth, having been arrested for similar offenses several times before. Died of His Injuries Kansas City Bices. Kansas City, Sept 17. To-day closed a succesf ul week at the fair grounds the weather has been favorable and the atten dance has been good fiom the first to the last, yesterdays unfinished running race, one-half mile heats was decided to-day in favor of Lad. Parish; Gray Elsie, second; Time; b'2 ' Class 2& trotting, 00 White St eking 1 5 1 General Wood 2 1 2 Light fiird 4 2 4 Robert Rvsdvke 3 3 3 Diamond 5 Time, 2:29$, 2:22, 2:23, 2:3H. Class 2:40 trotting, $500. Trouble.., St. Nicholas, 4 2 Daisy Gardner, 8 3 Strangmore, 2 4 Edwin 0 3 6 Lasher, o i William C, 6 5 Barnev Williams 7 8 Time, 2:35, 2:33, 2:33. Trotting race, two year olds, $200, was declared off. Consolation purse, $400, two miles.. Jesse J., first ; Joe Lodge, second ; Pano la and Kildare, distanced. Time, 3:48. Running, two year olds, mile dash, $300, divided. Vixen, won; Gracie D., second; David S., third; 8. Cameron's filley, fourth. Time, 1:48. Sheepshead Races. Sheephead Bav, Sept 18. Winners to day : Mollie McCarthy's Last, Mna, Lucky R, Gazette, Estelfa and Becky B. A Beautiful Exercise. St Louis, Sept 18. One of the mos1 pleasant attractions of the exposition thus tar during the present season ; was the con cert in the large music hall this afternoon given by a chorus of 2,000 children. The voices was selected from among the best in the public schools and they had been thoroughly trainsd, separately by the music teachers at each school and collectively by the director, Prof. Froelich. Gone to Spar. New York, Sept 17. Sullivan and Her ald left New York to-night for Allegheny. City where they will meet in a sparring contest Badly Beaten, Kansas City, Mo. A Times Lincoln special says Lincoln was badly beaten by St Joe to-day. A New Telephone. Telephone your messages to the Pacific Mutual telegraph office. Reduced rates and quick service. Telephone No. 48. tt Kansas City, Sept 18. Special. Bob Harris, the colored teamster who fell from hi &nn lut Tuesday and fractured his skull, died of intlamation of the brain at the city pospital to-day. Perhaps. Washington, Sept 19. 1 a. m. For Illinois and Missouri fair weather in the sontiern portion, local rains followed by fair weather; in the northern portion sta tionery temperature with variable winds, generally southeasterly. For Kansas and Nebraska, generally fair weather, with stationary temperature and variable winds. Unpopular with the Public Jefferson Citr Tribune. The brewers strike in St. Louis has about fizzled out, just as every one expected. Nearly every strike inau gurated this year proved to be a mis erable failure in the end. FIRM LOANS $1,000 and upwards, in Pettis connty, at Six per cent interest with pecial privileges, including partial pay aenta. Both well A Jaynxs, Attv s. -20dAly llgenfrits Building, Sedalia